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pontiac, michigan. after the lions left the silverdome and the pontiac factory moved and the town of pontiac went broke, they're tried to sell the stadium to the highest bidder. >> the field has seen monster truck rallies, soccer games. if it can happen on a field, kit happen here. >> out here at the silverdome, we have anything ranging from your dirt shows, snocross shows, home and garden show, trade shows, converts all the way down to anything you would like to do on top of a field football, soccer, indoor football, arena football, you could have lacrosse down here. >> a canadian tycoon eventually bought the silverdome in 2009. not for lacrosse, though. the place cost $55 million to build when they first built it. he got it for a half million. the tycoon had wanted to put a casino in there. but last year voters said no to that. well, this is pontiac's formally $55 million silverdome right now. look at that. over the past week, wind storms have shredded the silverdome's inflatable roof. so now the weather comes right in. but don't worry. the new owner said they were going to buil
their hand like this, they're from michigan. here's detroit. >> the state is shaped like a mitten with a hat on it. michigan is made up of two peninsulas, the lower and the upper, called the "u.p." >> in english, the michigan motto means "if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you." a peninsula is a body of land surrounded on three sides by water. and michigan has an extensive coastline. there are the four great lakes. they're michigan, huron, erie, and superior. >> and it's right there on the flag, the latin for "if you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around you." you'll also find lots of water. michigan has more coastline than any state but alaska. >> this is actually how the missionaries and the fur trappers that settled the land first got there. >> that's one of them on the shore in the center of the flag. although he's holding a gun, he's waving. a peaceful gesture, you might say. but then there's this word. >> tuebor means "i will defend" and dates back to 1835, when tensions rose so high between the neighboring states, michigan and ohio, that they almost went to war. >> there's
michigan rise? camp camp mr. speaker, pursuant to house resolution 39, i call up the bill h.r. 329, the no budget, no pay act of 2013, and ask for its immediate consideration. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 325, a bill to ensure the complete and timely payment of the obligations of the united states government until may 19, 2013, and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 39, the amendment printed in house report 113-2 is considered adopted and the bill, as amended, is considered as read. debate shall not exceed one hour with 40 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on ways and means and 20 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on house administration. the gentleman from michigan, mr. camp, and the gentleman from michigan, mr. levin, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentlewoman from michigan, mrs. miller, and the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. brady, eac
. detroit michigan. the city that is doing perfectly fine and needs absolutely no free outside help regarding the infrastructure. al will explain. >> government spending is out of control. take the hard hit city of detroit. they are trying trying to builda billion dollar bridge to canada even though they have the ambassador bridge. fortunately detroiters of all walks are taking a stand. soccer moms. >> detroit does not need another bridge. >> tea partyers. >> it's not just detroit it's michigan tasms. >> even the black panthers. we don't need a new bridge. we need to spend money on feeding the needy. no second bridge period. we don't need it, we don't want it. >> mo bridges, mo problems, am i right? no. canada is acting like it makes fiscal sense for the u.s. >> the old bridge won't last forever. we don't know how long it's going to last. two million u.s. jobs alone depend on the trade that that bridge carries. >> but you realize this is not the time for american taxpayers to be forced to pay for a new bridge. >> they are not forced to pay for a new bridge. canada is page for the br
reserve the balance about time. >> the gentleman's time is reserved. gentleman from michigan, mr. camp. >> i yield three minutes to the distinguished chairman of the oversight committee, the gentleman from california, mr. issa. >> the gentleman is recognized for 3 minutes. >> mr. speaker, i would like to be speaking for this bill, but i cannot. in the 12 years, almost to the day, that i have served with in this body, i have voted for every tax cut, every tax cut. i remember many of my colleagues, many of them friends, who each time we vote for them said, where is the pay-for? mr. speaker, there is $4 trillion of new debt and deficit, and there is now pay- for, and there is no anticipation of a pay-for. to say two months ago a new congress will do what we are not doing today is something i cannot bring myself to do. i would like to vote for this because i want americans to have lower taxes, but the other day in conference one of my colleagues pointed out that if in fact you are spending the money, you are taxing our future generation. we are taxing $1.20 trillion next year. we are taxin
to research on violence. >> coming up next on c-span2, michigan governor richard snyder delivers his state of the state address. then duval patrick delivers his state of the commonwealth address. that is followed by the wyoming state of the state address with governor matt need. and later on, a case dealing with suspected drunk driver to give a blood sample. >> attorney general burkholder will speak on friday to discuss efforts to reduce gun violence in the new gun laws proposed by president obama. starting at 11:30 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> you are watching c-span2 with politics and public affairs featuring live coverage of the u.s. senate. on weeknights, watch key public policy events and every weekend the latest nonfiction authors and books on booktv. you can see past programs and get our schedules at our website, and you can join in the conversation on social media websites. >> michigan governor richard snyder called on state lawmakers to bring his state's budget under control. this is about 15 minutes. [applause] [applause] [applause] [inaudible conversations] [cheers] [applause] [ap
at the end i hope people will look at and take seriously. >> michigan governor, rick snyder called on lawmakers to look at his plan to raise a billion dollars to rebuild roads. governor snyder plans to pay for this by raising gas taxes and vehicle registration fees. this portion of his remarks at the statehouse in lansing is about 40 minutes. [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause] >> members of the joint convention, governor of the state of michigan, rick snyder. [cheers and applause] thank you very much. thank you. please be seated. thank you for that warm welcome. it's great to be with you tonight. once a year redo the state of the state. it's a moment to stop and pause. it's a moment to stop and reflect on how we can use relentless positive action to continue reinvention of michigan. tonight but i hope to do is talk about the dashboard, where we stand, to talk about 2012, to talk about 2013 and to talk about our future. it's a great opportunity. i'm happy we could share it together. first i want to thank the people that made this possible. says speaker bolger, th
to make money on the dome that nobody wanted in the city that is so broke. michigan is amazing. republicans, you in particular are amazing. on inauguration day, being sworn in for the second term. michigan republicans spent the day talking about turning an island into a new independent country. it would be ruled based on the fictional pseudo economic nominals of ayn rand. after insisting there was no reason to strip union rights, michigan republicans passed a bill doing just that and governor rick snyder signed it. the whole thing opened, passed and shut within a week. never mind what we said before. we're doing it. surprise. michigan is amazing, right? michigan is the state with the republican law to let the state fire all your locally elected officials and unilaterally abolish your town if they want to on their own say so, n no mar how you vote. michigan laws repealed that with a direct that. governor snyder and the republicans gave the michigan voters a one-finger salute. decided to pass and sign into law a new emergency manager law. this new one can't be killed by the voter
, now they're looking to michigan. they're doubling down. ♪ [ male announcer ] the way it moves. the way it cleans. everything about the oral-b power brush is simply revolutionary. oral-b power brushes oscillate, rotate and even pulsate to gently loosen and break up that sticky plaque with more brush movements than manual brushes and even up to 50% more than leading sonic technology brushes for a superior clean. oral-b power brushes. go to oralb.com for the latest offers. >> coming up. history repeating. why a recall sequel is in the works. a lot like the battle of the union of scott walker. so many saying bring it >> well, if at first you don't succeed, well, spend again. unions not giving up the fight in michigan. labors groups say they can push a recall vote to get republican governor rick snyder out of the governor's mansion. ticked off over the new right to work law. gary, they tried a similar stunt in wisconsin and it didn't work. could this? >> i suppose it could, but i've got to tell you he's reading from the prayer book of all governors. look, if you're a right to work state y
and she is in michigan. caller: thank you very much. my comments were that i thought hillary explained to the best of her ability and i thought she did a very good job. i found it appalling that republican congressmen found it appropriate to be so hostile. that part of it is very hard to deal with anymore. host: give us a specific example of where you're hearing this hostility in their questioning. caller: when they come out very aggressive, very aggressive. but i did want to say, it's a combination of not just the secretary of state, but a combination of all the departments in the security agencies that did not coordinate, plus the intelligence agency. and i do think her comments that she kept reiterating on forming a new plan and accountability and a deputy to handle all of the incoming, so the appropriate people do get the appropriate information. host: she was asked about the accountability review board and we'll show you that and asked a couple of times and show you one example in moment. let's get another call from our democrat line. this is birmingham, alabama. >> i just want to
up the fight in michigan. labors oups say they can push a recall voteo get republican governor rick snyder out of the governor's mansion. ticked off over the new right to work law. gary, they tried a similar stunt in wisconsin and it didn't work. could this? >> i suppose it could, but i've got to tell you he's reading from the prayer book of all governors. look, if you're a right to work state you're going to have better job growth, your wages are going to be better, i know that sounds weird, but it's true when you factor in cost of living. so this is the same thing that most governors really want is a right to work state. >> neil: charles? >> listen, michigan specifically detroit, a vast wasteland right now in so many different ways in part because unions ran the state into the ground. 47% of adult illiteracy, it's really sad. this is a crazy thing. unions are essentially saying, we don't care about the general populous, it's just all about us and it's going to back fire, i really think they're going to have two big zeros, back-to-back. >> neil: ben? >> the unions have basically no
a deal done. still downgraded. well, meantime unions and not giving a buzzer and fight in michigan. we are hearing their is a push to recall those for governor rick snyder over his signing of the ght to work. get them out of there. risk -- wisconsin went to five ringing a bell. our union battle segmenn. public picies. go ahead. make this date. how likely do you think that is. >> i don't think is likely. it already tried twice and fail to get the signatures to get it on the ballot. if they learned anything, anything in all from wisconsin, they know this is going to fail. it tried recalls. they tried to go after the lawmakers in indiana in the past tried to work in that state. guess what, republicans, both houses, increased margins. if they want to try it, let them flush down the toilet been given members more reasoned dissent and a choice to forget about it neil: it's a lot harder michigan . any eligible voter can get the signatures on. a lot stickier and tougher to do so in michigan. let's say they try. you think their failure >> well, if history is a lesson, it loos like they're p
year's day over nebraska. michigan and north carolina. michigan 123 teens this year. they did not fare any better. south carolina -- ace sanders. you know you have skills if you are playing college football and your first name and is ace. south carolina -- first quarter. devon gardner. cut to the chase. 16 seconds left. ellington in for the touchdown. south carolina comes back to beat michigan, 33-28. of course, this year it is the bowl game down in south carolina. there was a time when it was the day in football. now it is now a the. >> we will be back with the seven-day forecast. stay with us. >> here is a look at what we're working in -- working on for 11 news tonight's. a party gets out of hand. what sparked several calls to the police. plus, couples took the plunge on new year's day. those stories, plus the latest on the fiscal cliff and how it on the fiscal cliff and how it chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >> tina, i got up this morning, and i was thinking -- you know, i got up this morning, and
. there are teams beyond that. and there's the michigans and the indiana that got beat at home. louisville got beat at home. last year we had three elite teams. this year, anybody's ball game. >> spero: 7-point lead for oregon. 61 seconds to play. ucla the steal and they give it right back. travis wear with a miscommunication and the play. trying to find powell, it looked like. ucla having issues with the turnovers throughout. so 57.2 to play. bruins one time-out to play. both teams in the bonus. contact on the drive. johnathan loyd sprinting on the run for oregon. foul charged to travis wear. this will be a one and one situation. loyd's first trip to the free-throw line today. he is a 69% free thrower. his only attempt at 13 free throws all season. >> doug: we talked about shabazz muhammad. from bishop gorman high school in las vegas. >> spero: loyd the junior. dotson had it. ucla running out of time. adams deep three, not even close. drew. friendly bounce makes it a five-point game. and ben howland will take his final time-out down 5 with 43.5 on the clock. gger! bigger! bigger! so which would yo
school of public policy, the university of michigan is extremely honored to welcome the hon. ben bernanke, chairman of the board of governors of the federal reserve system. today's conversation is the latest in our series of distinguished lectures, policy talks at the fort school. we're so pleased that region white can introduce to the events and we're also very president marye sue: here today as well as -- we also have several of the university's executive officers and beans. i would like to welcome all of them and thank them for joining us today. it is an honor and truly personal pleasure to introduce our next guest. the fed's charges to provide a healthy economy. this is a complex and critically important mission and it makes the person at its helm one of if not the most important the policy makers worldwide. chairman ben bernanke was first appointed fed share in 2001. that was the most challenging time for monetary and financial policies since the great depression. chairman bernanke was uniquely prepared for this extremely .omplicated role a as a highly respected economist, he taught
. the speaker pro tempore: let the house be in order. for what purpose does the gentleman from michigan, mr. camp rise? mr. camp: pursuant to house resolution 844, i call up the bill h.r. 8 and i have a motion at the desk. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill, designate the amendments and designate the motion. the clerk: h.r. 8, an act to extend certain tax relief provisions enacted in 2001 and 2003 and to provide for expedited consideration of a bill providing for comprehensive tax reform and for other purposes. senate amendment, motion by mr. camp. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 844, the motion shall be debatable for one hour equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking member by the committee on ways and means. the gentleman from michigan, mr. camp, the gentleman from michigan, mr. levin, each will control 30 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from michigan, mr. camp. mr. camp: i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous mat
of the states with budgets are pluses include michigan, indiana, iowa, texas's but it is a lot stronger. one of the big surprises is california, which has been in trouble state. in the short-term their situation is a lot better. they might even have a budget surplus this year. this is in contrast with the multi-billion dollar budget shortfalls they faced in recent years. a lot of places are doing better. places that still have shortfalls include washington, louisiana, connecticut, there are a number of states as anyone had heard a few minutes ago. certainly it is a mixed picture. even a mixed picture can have improvement over where things were a few years ago. guest: hoshost: let's take a lio what the governor of connecticut had to say in his state of the state address. >> we have faced many challenges, the longest -- a struggling economy, a fractured public school system, untenable energy costs. and natural disasters the likes of which our generation has never seen. and then in december to slightly thought the worst happened -- just when we thought the worst had happened, it actually did. t
gate. and there were no reports of injuries. >>> in michigan, an eighth grader with downs syndrome owned his 15 minutes while in uniform. owen grosser didn't get much playing time as the manager of the basketball team but for the final moment, the coach put owen on the court where he hit two three-pointers. the students launched a twitter campaign to get owen on espn' "sportscenter." good for him. >>> in new orleans, the king cakes, carrying on another tradition. operation we care has sent over 20,000 packages to troops overseas and on base since 2003. their way of saying thanks with patriotic cakes and boxes from children decorated. >>> and the quantum key west regatta. dozens of teams around the world are braving sunny skies and 70 degree temperatures for the prestigious event which ends today. >>> turning now to sports, we start with college basketball. michigan versus purdue. number two ranked michigan got 15 points from trey burke and they easily beat purdue 58-53. the wolverines are hoping to move up to number one next week since top ranked duke lost. >>> now to the nba, toro
brussels scraped the wing of an empty plane. and there were no reports of injuries. >>> in michigan, an eighth grader with downs syndrome earned his 15 minutes while in uniform. owen grosser didn't get much playing time as the manager of the basketball team but for the final moment, the coach put owen on the court where he hit two three-pointers. bam, right there. the students launched a twitter campaign to get owen on espn' "sportscenter." he was featured as one of the top ten highlights. go owen. >>> in new orleans, the king cakes, carrying on another tradition. operation we care has sent over 20,000 care packages to troops overseas and on base since 2003. their way of saying thanks with patriotic cakes and boxes from children decorated. >>> and the quantum key west regatta. dozens of teams around the world are braving sunny skies and 70 degree temperatures for the prestigious event which ends today. >>> turning now to sports, we start with college basketball. michigan versus purdue. number two ranked michigan got 15 points from trey burke and they easily beat purdue 58-53. the wo
in south carolina facing michigan in the out back bowl from tampa florida. defb into gym gee. 17 yard touchdown. the two point conversions fails. michigan leads by 1. dillon thompson. hits as he throw s and caught by bruce ellington with 11 seconds to go. south carolina defeats michigan 33-28. also the gator bowl. 34-20 win first bowl game since 1939. and college hoops, maryland defeats 81-63 for 12th straight win. highlights later on tonight as the wizards look for their second win in three games. >> all right. one last look at the forecast. >> up next couple days pretty chilly. temperatures only in the upper 30s. some clouds on friday. temperature of 40 degrees as we warmup on saturday. lots of sunshine for the next several days. >> all right. thanks. and the news is always on myfoxdc.com. back here tonight at 10:00. tmz on tv is coming up next. irene, drop the itch. we dropped the itch, you can too. with maximum strength scalpicin®. it's not a shampoo so you can stop intense itch fast, wherever you are. i dropped the itch. free yourself from embarrassing scalp itch. drop the itch
. south carolina taking on michigan in the outback bowl. the monster hit here. it goes flying here as they recover that fumble. a big hit there. michigan is down by five as they connected them 17 yards for the touchdown. the conversion will bring up one. with just under 20 seconds left, south carolina responds. dillon thompson, prayer of the past caught here by bruce. the game cocks reveal 33-28 the first time the old ball coach has ever beaten michigan. just up the road in orlando, georgia, nebraska, in the capital one bowl. in the first, picked off by will thompson as he takes it 29 yards to the house. on the next georgia play, murray gets revenge, they launch 75 yards for the strike. all to tevarius king. a false move. starts to pile on as he takes the swing pass for 88 yards and the bulldogs win 35-31 getting 12 wins for just the third time in school history. >>> sane in florida. on the east coast in jacksonville, taking on northwestern in the gator bowl. bulldogs' pass is intercepted as he takes it 29 yards to the house. wildcats strike first and often. northwestern beat missi
economy, michigan is still, notwithstanding that it has become much more diversified, it still has a pretty significant reliance on automobile production. because auto sales dropped so sharply during the great recession, the unemployment rate here rose 15% or something like that compared to a 10% national peak. it has now come back quite a bit as the auto industry has improved. and so, we're seeing some strengthening, although conditions here are still not aware we would like them to be. the housing market also has come back some in michigan. like many other industrial parts of the country, like pittsburgh steel plants and other places, michigan also is diversifying and is bringing in high-tech, various kinds of services, health care, education, and so on. places like the university of michigan, ann arbor, are a tremendous resource for entrepreneurs, people trying to develop new high-tech businesses. so it is a good sign to see that america still has a powerful industrial base, but it is diversifying into a wide range of new types of industries. so it is a large and complex economy
, and that would be representative peter lund of michigan. now michigan is in the picture. lund is set to introduce a similar rigging bill in michigan's legislature. michigan speaker jase bolger said today he is open to pursuing the strategy in his state. the fight to protect our democratic process, my friends, is far from over. and i know it's only january of 2013, and we're a long way from the midterms and a long way from 2016, but this is the modern-day politics that the republicans have decided to play. you take your eye off the ball we lose. we can't turn it over. get your cell phones out. i want to know what you think. tonight's question, will the democrats stop the republicans from cheating in elections? text a for yes. text b for no. to 622639. you can always go to our blog at ed.msnbc.com. we encourage you to do that. we have the results of the poll coming later on in the show. joining me tonight congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz, chairman of the dnc. debbie, great to have you with us tonight. >> thanks, ed. >> they keep coming at you, don't they? they just don't stop. do you have a s
. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from michigan. mr. levin: i yield two minutes to the ranking member of the budget committee, mr. van hollen. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is rognized. mr. van hollen: look, this resolution contains some good news but lots of bad news for the american people. thgood news is that our congressional republican colleagues havfinally recognized that america must pay its bills and meet its financial obligations without condition. the bad news is they only want to do that for three months. just read the title. to ensure the complete and timely pame of the obligations of the united states government, until may 19. now if it's a good idea to maintain the obligations of the s. government between now and may 19, it sure is a good idea to make sure we meet the obligations of the united states government beyond that by setting up what amounts to another fiscal cliff, all our republican colleagues are doing is prolonging economic uncertainty. for the last two years, we have heard from our republican colleagues, economic uncert
michigan congressman davecamp faulted the president and congressional democrats for not working hard enough to incorporate meaningful spending cuts in the fiscal cliff deal. >> and the food and drug administration is proposing two sweeping rules to prevent food becoming con taminitied -- contaminated. the first rule would require companies that process food to take measures to prevent the risk of contamination. the second would require companies that harvest fruits and vegetables to prevent e. coli contamination. >>> well, time to get rid of that christmas tree. next, the city of coig has made that easy for some chicago residents. >> and it's that time of year for some brave residents. why these people are freezein' for a reason. >>> friends and family of rocky clark gathered on the first anniversary of his death to celebrate his life and contributions. rocky clark was a high school football player when he suffered a catastrophic injury. it left him a quadruplegic for -- until he died at age of 27. >>> some environmentally conscious chicag
this one, 92-78. >>> football time. steve spurrier's gamecocks taking on michigan in the outback bowl. vincent smith, takes the handoff. blown up by clownie. clownie. the gamecocks, they would be in business. the next michigan drive after that unbelievable lick right there. third and 13 for big blue. michigan up one after a missed two-point conversion. 1:23 left to go in the fourth. fourth and three for the gamecocks. connor shaw to sanders. that would be first down for south carolina. second and ten. dylan thompson, to bruce ellington. gamecocks, they go on to get the win in this one, 33-28. that would be your final. >>> and that will do it for your espn news update. until next time, i'm cole wright. >> until next time. there's always next year for michigan. >> what a hit. man. >> so blue. yeah. that was intense. my head hurt after that. >>> all right. we can't forget the bcs bowls. >> the pasadena, the 99th granddaddy of them all, and wisconsin, losing their third-straight rose bowl. the cardinal won 20-15. >>> meantime in miami, it wasn't even close. florida state dominating northe
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. and put the chairman who was the president of michigan state university over the . >> a white man? >> yes. he was made the president of it. they had one black member a guy named wilkinss who was assistant secretary of labor. and they thought that he was sort of moderate person. i read all the white house files. i didn't just serve on the commission. since i'm a historian i got all the files from the president, the white houses and read all that stuff so i could see what they were saying inside about twhairp doing, and so the one lone black guy who was an adviser in th eisenhower white house who was? there to tell them names of people -- he said won't get in trouble. but the rest of the folks on there, there were a professor they named father ted from notre dame an important figure. it had important people to start off with. >> when if you serve as chair of the civil rights commission? >> i came to the civil rights commission in 1980 after having served in the carter administration. running federal education programs and having been chancellor at the university of colorado-bolder. people s
will be emily forever. >> i am a military spouse from the great state of michigan, home of the governor jennifer. as we will be representing michigan tamara's inaugural parade. i seen the struggles are military families in door and the importance of making sure our government protect and serve as those who protect and serve us. as an attorney and a dean of one of the top law schools in the midwest, i run an institution that promote access to justice and six to train the next generation of leaders and public servants. early support from emily's list help me raise my voice and share my story. the staffer came to michigan looked me in the eye and said he knew i had what it took to win. thanks to her support i was able to earn more votes than any other democratic candidates in the state of michigan. electing pro-choice democratic women meet early support an early investment in young female candidates. a meat nurturing us, our careers, and strengthening our aby
. but did chairman, the president of michigan state university over. he was named the president. they had one black member, again and will consist. assistant secretary of labor. they thought that he was a sort of moderate person. i read all the white house files, by the way. did not to serve on the commission. that's a and a historian, i got all the files from all presidents kamal the white house's and read all that stuff so i could see what they were saying inside about what they're doing. the one lone black guy who was an adviser in the eisenhower white house who mows the was there just to sort of tell the names of people that they could apply to something that would not get in trouble police said, this wilkens, will get you into trouble. name him. the rest of the folks on there, professors. then and from notre dame, an important figure. it had imported people on it to start out with. >> when did you serve as chair of the civil rights commission? >> i came to the sole rights commission in 1980 after having served in the carter of ministration. after having been chancellor at the univers
great lakes. especially western michigan and also western new york and northwestern pennsylvania. that's where we're going to see most of the additional snow. perhaps an additional 6 to 12 inches of snow in that area. and we could also see 6 to 12 in northwestern michigan and also northeastern michigan as well. right on the thumb there. we are looking at this cold air to hold strong for several more days. nine below right now in minneapolis. work in wind on top of that, it feels like 22 below in minneapolis. feels like ten below in chicago right now. and high temperatures today don't look all that impressive. the cold air just sits across the northern plains moving into the western great lakes. and then this will continue to surge eastward as we head into tomorrow. temperatures today in boston, only 28 degrees. 25 in new york city. but ironically in southern california yesterday, we tied and even broke record high temperatures with highs yesterday in the lower 80s. so big swing in temperatures all across the country. mara? >> thanks so much. >>> straight ahead, we'll take you to israel
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